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Fresh update on "everson" discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:19 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "everson" discussed on FinTech Insider

"Want to pay the fee on that so there is a real problem until this is super super interesting. it's sorta thing that blockchain has in his touted as use case will for ages one of the really interesting challenges is when the payment is small. Enough people can't be bothered to think through a Genesis on the cold. I was a former journalist. People have talked about paying snowed amounts for articles but people almost bothered to work. Do i want to pay twenty pence for this article of this music track. I'll subscribe to new several music. I'm not sure. I can be bothered to workout whether i can be bothered to pay twenty cents a vessel that to the other so. I think this will be fascinating. It'd be really interesting to say. But as is the challenge of getting people to do the mental mass of conniving above the debate this rothen just describing to assess gray. And it's going to be interesting. It said making people do slightly more work. isn't it than than last but all right. Well let's bring everybody back the last story. I mean they lost stories. Usually funny one. But this one's more of a sort of an intriguing warning everybody's sort of reaction amounts really whether they would feel comfortable with this or not so and the story was Coveted again in a few different places but payments story picked up russian bank. Vdb is piloting face. Pay technology so rushing bang. Vp is partnering with moscow metro to launch the use of facial recognition technology at all stations customers. He cement that biometric data and link a bank card will be able to walk through tunstall's at all moscow metro stations with funds automatically being debited about fifteen thousand passages already use facebook to travel on full moscow metro lines which were part of a earlier trial. Most only in judy's con payments in two thousand fifteen. Vivaldi pretty quickly and this is part of two projects being run by vdb with the other letting customers view than banking. Let's vacations through an omega tint reality feature. What do you guys think about this on. I mean i always think facial. recognition facial payments are really interesting. I mean we did. We did a thing and event where you could pay the bar with your face which. I was quite intrigued way. They more it was almost like one. One of those challenges like okay recognizes me. Meant me now but after full drinks will. It's still recognize this face. But i was proven wrong technologies a lot better than i thought it was. But would you feel comfortable enough in paulista to submit your all of your credentials to a central body to bend venus situation to pay with your face in on the metric. Yeah absolutely. I think this is vical Just paying with your face how. How much cooler can yet. I think it's interesting to see how if we did implement it like on the merger hair where it it. you know. Sort of trickle down to you. Because i live in rural wales and we've only just go card payments on buses. Never mind facial payments so It's we're we're gonna be a long time until i get it but yeah i i think biometrics really are the the way to go the way for the future. You know my face is my face. It's going to be very hard for someone else to use my face to pay it. I guess you know. There's the the data aspect of things and having your biometric data stored somewhere. But i mean the amount of self fees. I have on instagram anyway. My face has already all over. The internet lasted for everyone to say so it. It personally does above me. And i just think it's it's really really cool and we have to go to russia and try it out. Maybe it will be interesting to make payments fraud at that point. i. I'd have to have a very elaborate oscar williams group to To make it cheaper for me to go on the underground win at that point but clearly clearly. Nobody's been following the work of tom cruise. Who obviously minority report rip. Somebody's is out to gain in mission. Impossible i one has incredible mosque. Fools them all as well you know this stuff is possible. That's what it reminds me of dystopia. We're living in the future that everybody predicted twenty or thirty years ago with a sort of. Oh god imagine if this happens this we must avoid but of course that the serbian future is always much more banal than the people project. It's very true it was. I mean saifi was gets there first. Doesn't it but it never really paints the particularly good ending to it. But roger what it what do you think on this one. I mean there's a lot of bank with surveillance and sort of submitting this type of data for these types of schemes. But i mean i would do this. What do you think interesting. Because i think we've talked before like convenience tends to win in the end right so we went from pounds took waste To contact this. On the i personally i feel a little bit funny maybe just because of the the country involved but then you have to submit this state of fear possible right. This is this is how you get through possible checks today and i should say obviously with open banking on in paying by biometrics kind of the cool thing though preventing right the idea that you were the face ideal or something something like that. That is a more secure way than trying to austin in counting some random digits on the card right so it probably is the way of the future. I feel perhaps lighten moon. Everson paulie about this but Yeah i think convenience always wins. That's that's the mantra a really stupid baggins convenience camp. What do you think benjamin. Would.

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Mind the Age Gap - Age Differences When Dating

Unhinged and Bumbled up

02:16 min | 1 d ago

Mind the Age Gap - Age Differences When Dating

"Thought begin to discuss dating and each gaps because because eventually updates men that are older than me as far as to eighteen years. Older than me appleseed guys are younger an out death notice complete So the instant to know your thoughts on if you have had a big age gap in Work for you I do have feigns. Relationships with guys are younger and the delight that at an rise ago. Veins or detail guys are older but that comes with disadvantages against both can come at advantages so they could wanted discuss. Yeah massively this is good because we haven't discussed this topic. Kappa is quite a big one because his very much. Like when you're on a dating choosing the a train that guy for and yeah I have dated someone. He was hanging out in the me when i was twenty. They will ferte and he had. It was actually. It was quite controlling relationship and yet didn't end. Well did you want to date For you as a twenty year old data Rt was that exciting. Or did you feel like you could see to your friends or hyundai zone. Is ten years older. Was it was more like a throwback way while it kinda just happened. What it was is one of my colleagues. He was dating her sister. And i went to a policy and we just got on everson and i didn't actually know how big of an age gap it was until till afterwards and then things moved very quickly and yeah my life my twenties. I think he was like two years of just Yeah like i missed out on those two years of my twenties and what twenty year old should be. Because i was dating someone who was ten years older and they were very much like this is how life has to be

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Minnesota Vikings DE Everson Griffen in Concussion Protocol After Car Accident

The Rich Eisen Show

00:20 sec | 3 d ago

Minnesota Vikings DE Everson Griffen in Concussion Protocol After Car Accident

"The vikings have already ruled out four defensive players. Anthony barr christian. Dare sell everson griffen and harrison hand everson griffin in concussion protocol rich. Because he got into a car accident on thursday swerving to miss a deer on the way to work on the way to the facility. Likings are in trouble.

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Apple's Siri Will Stop Defaulting to a Female Voice in the U.S

the NewsWorthy

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Apple's Siri Will Stop Defaulting to a Female Voice in the U.S

"Next time. you update your phone. You'll be asked how you want your virtual assistant siri to sound everson. Siri debuted in the us in two thousand eleven. It's defaulted to a female sounding voice but a critical study from the united nations. Found systems with automatic female sounding voices and names may reinforce negative gender stereotypes. Some fear having a female voice implies that women are meant to be obedient and submissive. it's worth noting and other regions of the world series. Default is a male voice. Well no matter where you live. You'll have a choice soon. The next round of software updates is expected sometime this

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Dallas Cowboys can’t find trade partner, release Poe, Worley

Blogging the Boys

01:05 min | 11 months ago

Dallas Cowboys can’t find trade partner, release Poe, Worley

"And on Wednesday morning it was first reported by NFL network that the cowboys were going to cut AKA release d'oro early Dante Poe if they did not find trade suitors before the day was over well guess what there were. No sooners no. Trade. Was To be had the Dallas cowboys wound up releasing both Ontario and early and so the cowboys free agency class does not live. Great. Obviously, Joe McCoy got hurt and was released again a little bit of a particular issue there ha ha Clinton dix didn't even make the team for the regular season obviously Everson Griffen was traded Darryl Worley Dante repoed the latest cuts moist Kennedy opted out. I it is rough. The cowboys did bringing Alden Smith Oh in free agency and that history paid off Greg or line was a member of the free agency class, and maybe you feel good about that it to the watermelon king I suppose but. This. This is where the cowboys are at their purging they're reading. Obviously the NFL trade deadline is next week but due to covid protocols. Teams are moving a little bit more quickly than some might have originally expected but that is the

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"everson" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

06:30 min | 11 months ago

"everson" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Speak to a friend of ours from across the nation network over bleeding cremation later on in the week. So you can look forward to that. You can also look forward to tomorrow in Thursday's episode of the Ocho because a little birdie that we're going to have a very special guest someone who has been on the show before somebody who you likely are aware of so again. That's what you call a tease in the BIZ. So to speak so be ready for Thursday's episode of the show but today today's Wednesday's episode and we have one main thing to talk about the cowboys were of course off on Tuesday but they did pull off something. Incredible. Incredible. But you know it is what it is. At this point on Monday it was reported I by ESPN then my nfl network then the Dallas cowboys were shopping Everson Griffen this is not shocking given the fact the cowboys or two and five I do think that this is a white flag of swords similarly to how Minnesota Vikings traded away Gaga after acquiring him right before the season began but that report was out there ever Sin Griffin if you follow me on twitter, you saw this he liked a tweet on Monday offense saying that he was the most underrated player in the NFL Pay If. He thinks that that's okay. But but the fan was connecting him saying the Buffalo Bill trae forever Griffin. So Everson like that either approved of the fact that he is incredibly underrated or likes the idea of him being traded or likes the idea of the buffalo bills who knows but Everson Griffen was traded on Tuesday. It was reported. He is now a member of the Detroit Lions. That's right. The Dallas. Cowboys. Trading Everson Griffen who they signed less than three months ago to Matt Patricia Squad for a two thousand, twenty, one conditional sixth round draft pick. Now this this pick the conditions for an aren't known at the time that I'm recording this according to about six pm central time on Tuesday. What is known is that this pick could become a fifth round pick for the cowboys. Obviously are met by Everson Griffen during his time with the Detroit Lions. Look like I said, this is what it is. I. Do think this white flag of sorts I do think that the cowboys? Have accepted that this season is not one there's going to end in Confetti. Down, in Tampa, Bay for them and honestly that's good. We all want the garbage, win the Super Bowl, but that's simply not going to happen this year. So you have to focus on the future you have to get the resources that you can to properly build and I. Really I know that morale is low and I'm not trying to put lipstick on. A pig here. But I really applaud this move for the cowboys I. Know You're saying Dude it's a sixth round pick who cares even if it's a round pick, I tell you what the cowboys got something Everson Griffen for about three million dollars I mean and you know I know you don't care about how much money they spend, and so the cowboys signed. Everson Griffen obviously is a free agent and Ray. But the trade him able to establish worth for him. They bought an extra Woolcott a sixth round pick and I applaud the move just because Everson Griffen did not wind up as an all pro for the cowboys does not mean that the move was a failure I hope that the cowboys do not look. At it this way, the cowboys were very smart to bring Everson Griffen we all obviously seriously lauded and applied the move at the time. Certainly, there were question marks about ever since past, but we all thought that the past rush was going to be a strength of steam, and again a lot has happened over the course of the last ninety or so days. But we all thought that everything was kind of a nozzle that group needed to hit the next level and that obviously was not the case. But when you look at the reality of the cowboys are currently two and five Novak Preska. No tarrant myth Lowell, we could go on and on and on forever. So the season is obviously shot I. Know that the NFC East is attainable but nobody you know nobody wants to win the NFC east and lose at home to the saints in the wildcard. Round. Nobody wants that So the fact that the cowboys can recognize the fact that the cowboys have established. Okay. Randy Gregory is back a Bradley. Here those are two players that we can devote though snaps to that. We can see more from in this year that is obviously lost, but still has legitimate football to be played. We talked so much about how you can't emulate those types of conditions in training camp, OTA's or preseason or anything like that, and so the next what nine games are opportunities for both randy in for Bradley, to learn to establish themselves for the cowboys to learn and I. That's why I think this move makes sense in every capacity on. Top of that, you get a six round pick and I like the aggressiveness and the I'm using that word that the cowboys have shown acquiring different players in different capacities I mean, you look at traded a sixth round, pick themselves to get Robert Quinn that really worked out and should net them a compensatory pick. They traded to get Michael Bennett and obviously that kind of work out. But obviously didn't end up with making the playoffs or anything like that, and so every griffin was a similar move of a different variety. Obviously. So I, applaud them for that I applaud them for recognizing that it is not going to work out. Obviously, the trade deadline is next week with the COVID protocols dictate. That so much has to happen ever since I game with the Detroit lions because of the fact that he has to go through all the Cova protocols will ironically. The Minnesota Vikings his team for such a long time before he joined the cowboys and so. Lots of people on twitter saying that the cowboys might not be done trading away players and I think that's smart I. Mean Twenty Twenty s gone. And I know that there's some of you that want to win the division and have a point of pride in that and I respect that but I mean it. Winner. The cowboys, best chances of winning the Super Bowl in two thousand and twenty with Mandy. Maybe there's still no update on him by the way or Bend Nuccio. quarterback Garrett Gilbert or in two thousand and twenty one when Dak Prescott is back when who knows what the status of the offensive line is. The fact that you'll have Prescott back obviously changes that whole thing significantly, you can hear my dog bear. Background. I know Bob it's it's tough that the cowboys aren't the team we want them to be bear actually had been a little campus, some other dogs or the last couple of days. He's got some pent up energy even though he got out but I, think ultimately bear said that the Chicago bears loss on Monday night football but it is what it is and ultimately the cowboys are what they are and I respect that they can acknowledge that and they can start making moves that makes sense and so I'm interested and intrigued to see if the cowboys will. Trade away, any other players I know people want to see Jaylen Smith trade that contract would be difficult to entice someone to take on but. More impossible things have happened. It is Wednesday. Which means you will have new episode of Talk The star available for you. 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Dallas Cowboys Shopping Everson Griffen

News, Traffic and Weather

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

Dallas Cowboys Shopping Everson Griffen

"The Seahawks might be in play for a trade for Dallas defensive end Everson Griffin. The Cowboys did peddle their pass rusher, but to the Detroit Lions for a conditional six round draft choice. Some believe Griffin salary might not fit in the Seahawks cap structure out of football for two years. Former Dallas cowboy receiver Dez Bryant has signed on with the Baltimore Ravens practice squad. The Wisconsin Badgers could be down to a four string quarterback for Saturday's game in Nebraska. Two of their top quarterbacks have tested positive Rickover and under big 10 guidelines have to be isolated 21 days. Meanwhile, the Washington Huskies are building depth and contingency plans in case of Corona virus cases. I think the

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Where do the Cowboys  go from here? To the trade deadline — but as sellers instead of buyers

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

05:22 min | 11 months ago

Where do the Cowboys go from here? To the trade deadline — but as sellers instead of buyers

"The Cowboys easier to write about when they win or when they lose? Uh, they're easy to write about what they lose. When they win. People feel good. You sell more newspapers when they win. That's a proven thing. So there's that. But, man what you know now, sometimes when they're bad, they're just not interested. And they just kind of go away. Like I don't know what it's like to right about when the Detroit Lions are bad. They probably just people are waiting for the Red Wings to drop the puck. But when the Cowboys are bad, there's usually nine different things in Iraq, And this year there, there might be that might be multiplied. So there's you can just pick out of a hat. And and and go from there. What is Jerry? June Jones do now? You know, one of the really disappointments with serious disappointments, obviously of code. But one of the rial lighter disappointments of this year is that he doesn't do press conferences after every game, because I can't imagine. What level he would have reached yesterday. Um, you know, it's Tze one thing to get beat up by Seattle or airy Arizona's offense. They can't stop the run. With anybody, not the Washington football team. They run for over 200 yards. And if you want to pick one area of the Cowboys that does not beat up my injuries. Their front seven They've got Jalen Smith. They got banned arrest. They've got the Marcus Lords they've got. They've got elegance. They got Everson Griffen. They got Tyrone Crawford. They got guys were supposed to be there, and they can't tackle anybody. And then you have the hit on Andy Dalton and that nobody seems to concern about the chief shot by Jon Bostic. That wasn't it took the announcers of minutes to kind of recognize, but they did eventually, So okay, that's that's a brutal Yep. Be Amari Cooper is standing there and there's others around there had to be a number of players see it. I would think the entire offensive line and to see it. On nothing. Nothing at all. I mean, I can't imagine. If that was Dad getting hit like that that they wouldn't have done something but that that just pointed to the the give up factor of this team they looked like in the first quarter. They're out there to see when it's going to go badly, and you know how much it's going to feel like a ground hog day. They got nothing on either side of the ball, but quitting is worse than losing to him. Yeah. And of course, coaches will always and players will fight. You didn't quit. Everybody has a great attitude by when you see something like that, and when you see it That And when you see a team that just gets gassed in the run and announcers every week, whether it's the money, night crew or yesterday was was Moose. Ah lot of destroyed job back and they get very quickly. The out of position on these place. They really get outflanked quickly without defense. I mean, they're they're talking around the fact that team looks very poorly prepared and has no idea what to do in the players. Never respond if Jerry had to do over coaching. Well, I mean, that's what What was it about Mike McCarthy flying in and spending one night at the Jones house and all they were just so wowed by this guy. They couldn't believe it. Now, what have you seen in any game that he brings? You didn't call the plays so anytime the offense was playing well earlier in the year, That's Kellen Moore is offense. So what is he doing over there that he brings Emily brought in all these coaches? Guys he had in Green Bay 10 years ago. Mike Nolan, who hired him 20 years ago. It's just this. This cronyism tied coaching staff. And you wonder, and you wonder how much Jerry thought about like a mat rule. He mentioned Matt Rule one time last December, just after Baylor played in the Big 12 championship game. What a great young coach to thought. Matt Rhule wass. And you're Matt Rhule took over a team that was just God awful and got ready Cam Newton, and they released whatever they are three and four. They compete. Uh, yeah. I mean, I don't know. I don't know that he wouldn't like to rethink this lot. Now it's the first year so I think both the pandemic the DAC injury, the offensive line being completely wiped out. Those going allow the coaches to skate for year. But he has to be thinking this. This may have been a Terrible higher. The Cowboys buyers or sellers at the trade deadline. You know, I don't think they have a lot to sell. I heard somebody saying trade one of their wide receivers. They don't need that many hundreds of it. That's the one thing they have is good wide receivers. You want to trade one of those go You know, Draft Ah, linebacker with a neck injury. That's what that's what excites you about rebuilding the team. I don't think they will do much. There's certainly not Myers, they get by. I mean, I don't know why in the world you would add. Do it to a terrible collection of talent as this many injuries, but I don't expect him to do a lot, actually.

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"everson" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"everson" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Roy White on at art dub three, I am are attempting on twitter at our sports. And there was excitement because football is here the state of the cowboys address was yesterday two hours of. Just, unbridled tremendous. I mean, intoxicating talk from Jerry, Jones Mike McCarthy, and Steven, Jones it was a press conference that did not include Jason Gear for the first time in a long time that was fun intoxicating. It was just a great day football's here starting there on the field. And then we ever said Griffin. He just falls lap at the Dallas Cowboys seven o'clock on Wednesday night just to wrap a bow around this tremendous day. Yeah. Cowboys fans could have been a little bit confused by thinking that the two hours nearly that they heard of Jason Excuse me of Jerry Jones Sam Already Doing Jerry Jones Stephen Mike McCarthy and Dak Prescott who also spoke after those three you could be confused to think you heard a lot of football talk in that timeframe. The answer actually is that you did not if you listen to either of those press conferences, much of what was spoken about had absolutely nothing to do with the product football and yet social media was completely abuzz as it should have been because we were all starved for even the slightest snippet of cowboys news. So we're amped up on this stuff right and we've all been talking about what has taken place. From the cowboys press conference, what Dak Prescott had to say, which was all extremely fascinating and provided a number of talking points in angles to discuss and then. On the heels of that high. In the cover of darkness unbeknownst to the rest of the entire NFL hell perhaps while they were giving that press conference to us. They were behind the scenes working on a deal to arguably at the most efficient pass rushing weapon available in free. Agency. Everson Griffen I didn't yet. Ten Years in the Minnesota. Vikings Organization, this is a guy that still is in the prime of his career. He he had eight sacks. Last season eleven tackles for loss twenty, four quarterback hits last year for the Vikings. He's had three double digit sex season since two, thousand, fourteen, four, four, time pro bowler. And look at the end of the day the cowboys just needed something in terms of veteran helped solidify that right defensive end position and I just never expected that would be this guy in Everson Griffen the cowboys this off season have been. Very unlike the cowboys in recent history and I, think, perhaps, we've incorrectly attributed much of the organizational direction to Steven Jones and we've been downplaying. Without knowing really. The, the the. The level in which Jason Garrett has operated in terms of the driving the direction of this personnel. I don't think it's a coincidence that Garrett has gone, and suddenly in this off season, this team has finally decided to become active in free agency the way that we've just. We have not seen in the last decade from this organization. Well. It's not just free agency to. Dak, Prescott did say it as I'm sure knowing deck Prescott as we know him as Classy of a guy is he can be exudes class and exudes leadership showed today but he made a comment at the end of his press conference in which she basically said. What Mike McCarthy and his coaching staff has brought to the table is making a smarter football team. We were always a good football team, but we didn't play the type of smart football that we needed to play to play at our best and so. You bring that factor in. And you add that to what they've done this off season. This. Arguably. Is the most dynamic off season in. Perhaps cowboys history will certainly since you know since the great title teams in the Nineties Right I mean. As this organization has been. Wandering the wasteland of championships lost and opportunities squandered for the last two decades. You know this has not been they have built through the draft and really I mean go back. There was the first ten years after they won super bowls and they were just in a bad place where they spent a ton of money on bad players bad contracts and weren't very good at the draft made that creates bad trades, horrible drafts and bad decision making it was just not a good situation. So last ten years they overcorrected. They want so far in the direction of just building entirely through the draft not taking any chances free agency. Like the one last decade that comes to mind is brandon car. There's just just very rare to see them in the last decade go outside the organization and and find you know and find players will here we are in twenty. Twenty You know. So there's the two thousand where they were bad and bad at drafting bad contracts, bad trades and the two thousand ten's they overcorrected and we're all about drafting and not about at all about signing players, and here we are at twenty hours you're not in free agent. Players. Big Money. Right now here we are in the first twenty twenty, the first year of this third decade basically, and the cowboys have finally decided to go all in and that I think is. That's what I think. Everybody's been waiting for. It's like. It's been. It's been two decades since this organization played in the NFC championship game it's been so long it's like this team has the weapons and the pieces to be great. Just give it a push, sign a player like this to put you over the top and give you the opportunity to go on and that's that's what this move says more than anything to me that and that's Jerry Stephen Because I. Think we were wondering that is there. Is there a little Jerry Stephen a move? Like this is Jerry, but this is stephen pull the trigger now. No question about it it Stephen Stamp. On this roster. McCarthy's influence can be understated as well. Green Jane Slater made mention in fact that it was perhaps Mike McCarthy's influence that played a role in convincing Everson Griffen that the best place for him was the Dallas Cowboys but. George Edwards to. Staff former Vikings defensive coaches well, yeah and and you talk about kind of. I guess, did we attribute? Of The mistakes to Stephen, Jones when they may be perhaps should have gone Jason's way, right? Yeah. Maybe maybe we did maybe we attributed that too much all I is this though since Mike McCarthy has entered the building. Every move that the cowboys made it seems. Has Been A. Well cited and I don't think many people would dispute that fact that now. many cowboys fans were asking themselves how they were going to replace eleven and a half sacks from Robert, Quinn and the answer to that question up to this point was well, maybe we'll get four from Alden Smith, maybe we'll get four and a half five from a returning tyrone Crawford. Pray that Randy Gregory and we won't get back into that on this podcast here. But pray that Randy Gregory somehow gets reinstated and can give us two or three. And that's how we're going to replace. Robert Quinn's eleven and a half sacks from twenty nineteen while now. You have a player who essentially. Anytime. He's been able to be on the field for at least fifteen games in the season is provided at least eight sacks in Everson. Griffen over the last six years from the age of twenty seven to thirty two. Don't worry about the fact that he's thirty three years old. There's not a significant fall off their. Take a look at his tape as I've tweeted out at our dubbed Three John Owning at Dallas, morning news did a great right up on why Everson Griffen was a favorable player to add over Judean cloudy for the Dallas Cowboys I agree with that. because. He's a more efficient sack artist. In terms of pressures per sack, he has better numbers over the course of his career things debut and cloudy, and he's done it for longer. Davey and cloudy Excels at is stopping the run Everson Griffen. Meanwhile, we'll get to the passer. And for this cowboys unit that added Gerald McCoy that added Dante Repo. That's as big as they've been on the interior of the line and is healthy as they've been on the edges. What they needed was a guy who gets to the who gets to the quarterback, and so that's why I agree with John that Everson Griffen was.

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"everson" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"everson" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Into that loss it was more of a two to fi finish the season on a two three and they almost actually beat Chicago using their backups, which I think is kind of funny but. Which you know next year bears fans are GONNA use that and say Mitch trubisky beaten the Vikings like four times taller. To those games in 'cause it's like chief Daniel and Vikings backups. It doesn't really matter right the the the four games that are played he actually it should have been a an ideal situation because. You take a look at who they're playing and. I use that pretty quarterback. His name is David Blau who played for Detroit. He actually invited pressure fairmount infected Detroit scheme in general invited a ton of pressure that year because they they like to throw the ball really deep regardless of kind of who is back through whether or not it was Matthew Stafford or David Blau or The floor to transfer Louisiana Tech Jeff Driscoll they. They love to throw the ball deep and they love to Kinda, take their time doing it and so that they invited pressure Russell Wilson obviously he's on this hall of fame pasties really fantastic quarterback. But one of the things is that he holds onto the Bosnian vice pressure and I'm not using saks up using pressures to kind of right take a look at this and and even in situations where he probably should have been able to erogenous, he invites pressure to even in situations where you against teams that that. Take on pressure whether by design or by flaw quarterback or whatever you know he wasn't able to produce that pressure and so and then you take a look well maybe it's the number of of passes that they play but he didn't get a single run stop right so it's not easy and it you know because of a pass run balanced you know he couldn't get a tackle with near the line of. Scrimmage in the run game and so I really think a lot of that's on Everson. Griffen especially because that Seattle game I thought the defense actually played really really well, they had three takeaways or something like that brought Miss Seattle had four or so takeaways a defensive score from Seattle There were like three or four short field scores from Seattle. So the defense played well and it's not really fair to to. Ascribe them that thirty five or thirty seven points they ended up giving up in that game. So try I don't really think a lot of that has to do with the Vikings I think a lot of it has to do with with Everson. Griffen. And just kind of off because of age or whatever I have no idea what the real reason is but I, assume it's age no and you mentioned your your more recent tweets somebody did ask you kind of Get me hyped or whatever what's going on and you just like I think he's just old. And that that's a reality you mentioned Everson's. Field you know history for anyone who is unaware because a lot of people as you know, kind of tend to have tunnel vision on their team, can you kind of walk us through the spark notes version of what she his doubt West since entering the NFL? Yet it's going to have to be. Version of the was we're going to be for a while and this isn't debate on him. I actually think he's one of the mourners spiring stories that we have in the NFL. But you know one of the reasons that he was a fourth round draft pick instead of a second round draft pick a coming out was because of a number of concerns about his maturity and here's how big those concerns were. After he left USC. Pete Carroll who the USC coach at the time banned him from the campus they didn't want him to influence. The other players that they had, which if you're familiar with. That era of USC football. Smith there. Well. Yeah. There you go. who was probably one of the most pitcher players that that era of a broken participant. They were not shy in terms of allowing the players to Kinda celebrate, and so the fact that Everson Griffen was banned from that campus or at least from the football program, it should say I. Think says a lot about kind of what people thought about his maturity level because he had a ton of production, he demolished the combine remarkable combine any fell to the fourth round and a lot of that is just because he had these the field concerns and the concerns were so bad that at one point he was arrested twice in three days and actually got taste on on one of those arrests and. Probably a credit to. His sheer talent level as well as you Kinda Vikings is approach at the time which they had lousy Fraser's the coach that they didn't decide to cut him or anything like that which was really good forever soon because. After, after his mother died and he got married, he actually turned around became a a really remarkably mature person leader in the locker room and you take a look at kind of how we access and how he interacts. He didn't change his personality you still a superfund funny guy a great quote. I think the People in Dallas you're GONNA love him. But. He the way he kinda manages decision making I think was significantly more mature, and so if the story ended there that would have been just really great. I. Think it would have been a really great way to kind of cap the ORC of Everson. Griffen. But that's just not how humans work in a turns out. He actually had a lot of underlying mental health concerns That were so severe that there were times. Apparently Wayne he would have to leave his house with his wife and check into a hotel so that he wouldn't be a danger to anyone which is obviously very concerning and in one of these episodes apparently got so bad. I don't WanNa go into too much detail because I don't WanNa, make it about the spectacle of the thing but it got so bad that eventually emt services were called and There were concerns about about violence which didn't occur by the way but. You know he ended up escaping the EMT's and. It became such a problem that you know the Vikings, decided that he wouldn't be allowed back into the facility until until he sought help and the vikings were more than willing to provide assistance to that kind of help. But this occurred at about week four of the season in in eighteen. Now was the buffalo game and and I I think that played a pretty big role in how the Vikings played against. Buffalo was not a shell game use the Josh. Allen game, and while I think that Josh Allen has the capability to hurdle. Anthony, Barr with of the. Is is distracted. And it doesn't help that Riley refers playing through an.

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"everson" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"everson" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"World renowned internationally famous famous across multiple galaxies, the one and all you know him from the athletic covering the Minnesota Vikings Arief. Hassan aretha how goes it? It's going pretty well, you might go. Wrong REEFA SON I. Don't know how famous I am how many are there Not many but if you google my name. I'm not likely to be the one that comes up. So who? Interesting I don't know a lot of RJ chose but when I was in high school, there was a girl named RJ which made for. The the least clever people I've ever known in my life, right? Yeah. Normal. So we're recording very late on Wednesday night in, you're a trooper for jumping on because clearly we have to talk about tonight's episode of Big Brother and the the the veto ceremony and everything But if you want to I'm game I'm a big brother Fan but Now in all seriousness, it was reported late Wednesday evening at the Dallas cowboys are signing defensive end Everson Griffen who has spent all of his career to this point with the Minnesota Vikings that seem you cover better than anybody else gives the one I was gonna say one one but that's wrong. The four, one, one, one, one, whatever you. Yes sure. I thought Everson had a really great year last year You know he he finished a WANNA save round top ten pressures and around top twelve or so in. Until the run stops that if you take the PF stats which you know some people can take relief but you take a look at multiple chart in groups. You take a look at next take a look at sports info solutions they'll do their own charting in Everson it tends to end up near the top. In terms of in terms of total pressure. So I thought he had a pretty good year obviously. Because the Vikings cap situation they couldn't keep him at a at that cap number in. So he activated avoid in his contract, which wasn't there until they had actually restructured him the prior to To save additional gases, D- Kirk cousins thing can I just add separate which is ironic given the Dak Prescott situation, right? Exactly. Exactly But yet it'd be because of a griffin activated the the void in his contract with you know some assurance at the Vikings we'll try to get them back and basically immediately they offered him a contract I guess he didn't really liked a couple of other teams were interested notably Seahawks But yeah, I thought that. For the most part you know he plays the run really well, he plays a you know pass really well, he's really savvy player in terms of his ability to kind of string together. A bunch of different pass rush moves. He's got a really large arsenal in terms of what he'll be able to do in in terms of the pass rush which you know I think that that fits what you know. demarcus lawrence does really well, of course, and so. He knows how to Kinda play the whole game like he used to be a pass rush specialist in when he signed, I think at the time was a nine million dollar a year contract is huge at the time to become a starter for the Vikings Place Jared Allen the biggest question was whether or not he can turn from a designated pass rush. Into, a full-time edge rusher, which doesn't just mean you know the ability to defend the run, which was a pleasant surprise I think for a lot of people but also whether or not he can kind of play that long game to set up offense of tackles to kind of learn what they do well, what they don't do well, take advantage of key moments In order to generate attack, which is something that? Jared. Allen always, very good at in his in his twenty two sack season Allen was I think is like eighth impression rate which surprises a lot of people but it was because he picked chose spots for for Winnie, wanted to create a sack and I think Everson Griffen pick that up so really Savvy player. Louis. Technically sound player I, still with a fair amount of Athleticism, a lot of burst in and still a fair amount of strength. He has the ability to kind of set the edge while the only issue aside from off-field stuff which you know I'm sure we'll discuss is that he fell off really dramatically at the back end of the season. I twelve weeks he was like fifth third it I just tweeted I should remember but he's like fifth third in pressures per game and then Oh. Yeah. Someone just re tweeted a fifth of pressures per game weeks thirteen to seventeen He was sixty s impressions per game and in weeks twelve feels like twelfth in run stops in weeks thirteen to seventeen he didn't get any run stops at all so he was tied for dead last. So huge issue he did have a really great wildcard game against the saints not everyone gets to go against the interest pete. So I think that was part of it but a big part of it was also that Zimmer moved him inside. In order to capture some injuries of the hat on the inside, as well as some other issues that they had in coverage into, they wanted to get some pressure in passing lanes in that produced a ton of interior purchase. He had a pretty good wildcard game. So it's not as if he felt completely but this the second half, the season or more accurately the final quarter season was was just really a completely different player and he just. Didn't have the juice to to play while. So that's I think the biggest concern. No and I think that that makes sense and I saw that Tweeden I'm so happy that we're in real time here. Re tweeted and stuff. I. Hope you get like a sarcastic quote tweet while we're here but Looking at that particular timeline. So we twelve was the vikings by glass and ironically week thirteen was on the road in Seattle and so as you know, Minnesota enters the by what eight and three and then goes to three down the stretch. So I I'm not I? Mean I. Guess I'm just trying to understand what would you describe the Everson Griffen drop off to would would you would you say there was kind of a systemic drop off the vikings I mean everybody that watch football last year knows the vikings were I I think. A hot team early on, they swept the NFC east and everything they beat the cowboys. That's kind of the most painful cowboys game from last year. That is the reason Jason Garrison gone but do you think there's anything to that or do you think it's more individually on Everson himself? I think it's worn Everson himself for example, week seventeen in this is why US pressures per game not total pressures Everson didn't play because none of the story played it was you know it's one of those weeks of Dean Games they played against Chicago..

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"everson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"everson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Everson food assistance for the needy among a rope broad range of benefits and today is the president indicated we expect that the Senate will begin work on economic relief package later today the president and I will love to meet again in a teleconference with the nation's governors we will meet at the national response coordination center at FEMA and outlined president trump's decision to have FEMA take the lead in our national corona virus response our nation's response through FEMA will be locally executed state manage and federally supported on testing we want the American people to know once again the testing is available in all fifty states is becoming increasingly available literally every hour of the day because of the public private partnership that the president initiated several weeks ago with major commercial labs I'm pleased to receive a report today the tens of thousands of tests are being performed every day and with the passage of last night's legislations a state and private labs are now required by law to report all corona virus testing directly to the CDC which will give the American public and also give our researchers timely and important information it's important for every American to remember that if you don't have symptoms you don't need to get a test we want to make sure the testing is available for people that are experiencing symptoms or have a genuine concern about having been exposed to someone with a corona virus Dr birds will address county level data as well as progress we've made on testing and Americans can expect to see how an increased number of cases as our new testing system comes online should not be a cause of concern I she'll explain the importance of taking into account our new testing system as new data arrives over the next several days on supplies a priority the president has given to our task force we continue to work with health care providers businesses and state leadership to identify available supplies not merely in the federal stockpile but much more importantly available across the private sector we're encouraged to see companies like Honeywell and three M. that I visited a few short weeks ago take advantage of the changes in the law last night that allow the sale of industrial masks directly to hospitals those companies have now greatly increased by the tens of millions their production of so called N. ninety five masks that will give our healthcare workers the protection that they need them to minister to those that are dealing with the symptoms or the disease of corona virus I'm following up on the signing of last night's bill all of those mass now have liability protection in the companies can sell industrial masks hospitals it is encouraging as we called out yesterday to see construction companies all across America that are as we speak checking their supplies and donating those industrial master their local hospitals and I know I speak on behalf of the president who spent a lot of time as a builder when we thank builders across America for partnering with our local health care officials on the subject of ventilators we're working with health care providers around America and and suppliers and we're encouraged to learn that we literally identified tens of thousands of ventilators that being it can be converted to treat patients and we remain increasingly confident that we will have the ventilators that we need as the corona virus makes its way across America but as we said before this we're all in this together and before I step away and and give the podium back to the president and the doctor first I want to call every American's attention again to the president's fifteen days to slow the spread we continue to hear one case after another one city after another were people of are putting into practice the principles of the president outlined this Monday and make no mistake about it the wall for the American people as a whole the risk of serious illness remains low these guidelines should be practiced by every American and every community not only to lessen the spread of the corona virus but to protect the most vulnerable among us airplanes with their with from their hearts are not only practicing these principles of social distancing and avoiding social gatherings of more than ten people using drive throughs and restaurants to protect their own health and the health of their family they're also recognizing that but no American wants to inadvertently convey the corona virus to someone for whom the consequences could be quite serious at the president's direction will continue to marshal all the resources of government at every level we'll be reiterating that strong partnership with America states this afternoon with America's governors pulling all of the private sector energy together the innovation that you just heard described I know on this first day of spring that will get through this and we'll get through this together thank.

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Fat-Positive Comedy, Diet-Culture Recovery, and Native American Representation with Jana Schmieding of Woman of Size Podcast

Food Psych

09:05 min | 1 year ago

Fat-Positive Comedy, Diet-Culture Recovery, and Native American Representation with Jana Schmieding of Woman of Size Podcast

"I'm your host I Christie Harrison and today I'm talking with comedian fat positive activist and fellow podcasters Janisch meeting. You may know from the woman of size podcast. We discuss using comedy to call out Diet Culture why there needs to be more native representation in the media how Western values contribute to who oppression and ill health how diet cultures demonization of emotional eating causes additional distress. And so much more. It's a great episode assode and I can't wait to share it with you and just a moment but first I'll answer this week's listener question which is from a listener named lease who writes as a health at every size psychologists. I appreciate she at your podcast and often encourage my clients to listen to it as well. It seems an oversight however that to my knowledge you never even mentioned how cultural change has led to bigger bodies. I talk with my clients. About how cultural changes moving less. Do to conveniences and more sedentary jobs and easy access to lots of different. Different foods is our reality today. I find that talking about these. Cultural Choices helps decrease shame about being a bigger body for some people. I'm wondering if there's the reason you and your guests don't ever seem to refer to this neutral phenomena so thanks leased for that great question and before I answer just my standard disclaimer. That these answers. There's and this podcast in general our information on educational purposes only and are not a substitute for individual medical or mental health advice. So I'm really glad you asked this question because I think this is one of those really subtle nuances when working to combat diet culture. So I'm sure that some of the folks you've worked with definitely have have had some reduction in shame from hearing these messages that you're speaking about but in my experience it can sometimes actually reinforce shame for people to hear that cultural troll changes have ostensibly lead to bigger bodies. And I say ostensibly here because I don't think it's entirely clear that the cultural changes you're talking about have have led to larger body sizes if anything it's the worry about those cultural changes that contributed to the development of Diet Culture right culture that lead people to start dieting and we do know that dieting in and of itself tends to drive people's weight up over time not that there's anything wrong with weight gain or being in a larger body of course but dieting really does tend to have that effect so the idea that food was more available and that jobs were becoming more sedentary came out of the shift from rural life working on farms to industrial jobs in cities in the mid eighteen hundreds. That's where this idea. I think I started to take root route and there is also industrialization of our food supply. That was happening around the same time and the culture was really a wash in anxiety about what those changes ages quote unquote meant and this was more than one hundred and fifty years ago. Remember well before any arguments about a so called. Obesity epidemic heavy air quotes here right. It came on the scene because that concept was only invented about twenty five years ago after fatness had become thoroughly demonized in the culture and and people have been dieting and trying to lose weight and increasingly large numbers for a hundred years so in other words I think if the average body size in the US has has indeed crept up over the years. which is debatable? Depending on the years that we're talking about probably has a lot more to do with Diet. Culture and the rampant rates of our efforts to shrink ourselves than it does with the nature of our work or the convenience of our food and of course good nutrition and having food available definitely could to help people achieve the body size that they were genetically determined to achieve in a situation of food access. But there's nothing inherently wrong with that and what's more if you look back to the mid eighteen hundreds it's really clear that worries about sedentary jobs and industrial food were not about body size or health per se so much as they were about morality the supposed effect of industrialization on moral character on the moral character of the American people people that was being questioned and debated at the time. And of course. That's ridiculous right. Because there's no moral difference between rural dwellers and city-dwellers or people people who farm and people who buy their food from a store or work in office jobs right. There's no moral virtue and working on a farm as opposed to working in a factory or an office but the belief that there was the belief that there there was some sort of moral difference. There really comes out of puritanical ideas about morality and also so is really tied up with racism xenophobia because a lot of the fears about industrialization and urban were actually fears about immigration and the a big wave of immigrants that were moving to the US and moving into US cities specifically because of the opportunity to work in the factories. That were springing up there. So I talk about all of this in the first chapter of my book. So if you're curious to know more about this history or read the references you can check it out there but I bring up all this history just to point out here that a the people have been worrying about the effects of sedentary work and convenient food Everson's industrialization began and from the very start. Those worries were tied up with arguments about morality and be because of that history. It really isn't neutral to say that sedentary work and convenient food quote unquote caused ause more people to be larger body. That argument comes with baggage in the form of beliefs that we really quote unquote should be working more physical labor intensive jobs and cooking all our food from scratch all that stuff and I think that often that's what people take from conversations about how these kinds of cultural factors have have affected body size. They take it as a mandate to start exercising more and eating less or eating differently and of course. Those are dieting behaviors the so really arguments about sedentary jobs and the food environment are often just triggers for dieting behaviors especially in the twenty first century. When we've had almost was twenty years of people like Michael Pollen and Marion Nestle and quote unquote wellness influencers giving out diet tips under the guise of cultural analysis alice's or wellness advised which is basically what chapter two of my book is all about? Is this insidious shift from overt diets to covert diets from diets calling themselves diets to die. It's by another name and too often conversations about food. Politics are full of very thinly veiled fat hat phobia and food phobia which are harmful to people's health. No matter their body size but especially harmful to people in larger bodies who've had to endure repeated the incidents of fat phobia and diet culture trauma throughout their lives and so often have a heightened awareness of it and a heightened sensitivity to it for that reason and so that that is why. I don't use that argument and of course I can't speak for my guests on the podcast but I imagine that might be part of why they don't either because of all this baggage that comes comes with that argument in the form of morality in the form of the history of this argument and in the form of a modern manifestation of this argument as leading leading people to Diet right leading people to engage in dieting behaviors like trying to eat less and move more and do all the things that Dia Culture tells us to do except up now it's under the guise of correcting for the problems of the ills of modern life instead of under the guise of weight loss for aesthetics. Or whatever it might have been even before the twenty first century so to lease who asked the question. I in no way want to shame you for discussing those cultural factors with your clients. I can totally understand understand why it would seem innocuous neutral and even freeing to mention these things and you know some of your clients might truly feel like it takes the the pressure off of them as individuals to be responsible for their body size. But we're all always learning even as Hayes professionals and I know I myself refused to talk about the food environment and sedentary jobs and all that stuff to before I started to reflect on how problematic these food activists type arguments really can and be how. They're not really rooted in fact so much as beliefs about what body size means or what certain behaviors mean and how these arguments can unintentionally trigger. Shame in the very people that were trying to help heal from shame and I also want to say that I'm by no means some perfect clinician. Here I I just happened to have given a lot of thought to this particular nexus of food politics and diet culture because of my own background and my lived experiences because I it was so bought into the food activist Movement for years and it did me tremendous harm it really worse than my disordered eating and so I think that makes me more suspicious of food activist arguments now and more willing to sort of take a critical eye towards

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Privacy part 2, Facebook

Talking Tech

05:09 min | 2 years ago

Privacy part 2, Facebook

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners, many of us believe that Facebook is actually recording our phone conversations because how else could those ads follow us so quickly now? I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. This is the part two of our privacy series that we've been doing this week yesterday. We talked about Google today. We're talking about Facebook in its overly aggressive attempts to track us, everywhere we go, the phone, call thing is an urban legend Facebook will deny it every which way, but Tuesday, it says it does not recorder phone conversations, but, you know what it doesn't have to because it's grabbing our data everywhere so effectively. It's getting the data elsewhere. Where it's got are if you have a mobile phone, it's tracking. You everywhere you go. It knows where you logged on. It knows how you logged on. It knows where you live at knows how old you are at knows who you associate with, you know, that's the, the devil details thing about Facebook. Is that once you start inputting tags hashtags photos, comments likes your golden to Facebook? They are learning so much about you and Facebook will freely. Admit it, it says that it collects the content communications and other information including photos, and videos accounts, hashtags in groups that were connected to it notes. What posts videos and other content? We've you and even collects. Our payment information including credit card were debit number billing and shipping information. If you've signed onto a website with Facebook single sign on, and opted in for an Email newsletter, made a purchase at a retail store. Or signed up for coupon or discount Facebook has more tools to monitor you. And of course, it tracks you even if you tell it not to Facebook claims the location, tracking, which is a feature on iphones, and androids that you could turn onto never Facebook claims that it's opt in that we've given it permission. Well, let me tell you about today, because I believe that most people don't opt in for this. There's no card that comes up that says let us track. You everywhere you go, please. What it does do is. I took a picture this morning in Manhattan Beach, California. I wanted to post it on Instagram and up came a pop up message that said, turn on location services. Didn't tell me why it just told me to do it. I know better. I know what that meant Facebook, Instagram. Whatsapp would then have the authority to follow me everywhere. No, thank you. Why is that a bad thing? Let's say you're a woman go who just went to the OB GYN, and you had just had a miscarriage Facebook knows that you were just there because the location, tracking, they know who you are, how old you are. And they put two into together. You're visiting the doctor and all of a sudden all these targeted ads start showing up to you for cute baby things. You would not be very happy about this now there is a school thought that says, I like the tracking because I have a record of everything I've done, and now I know where I've gone. I don't like it. I don't know about you. I think I think Facebook is gone at a whack. I think it's gone too far I think they need to reign it in. I think they need to be vocal with the public about what exactly they're doing. I don't think they're telling the whole story when they grab our information, those are my thoughts. What are yours? I'd love to hear from young Twitter where I match Everson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio. I will be back at you tomorrow with part three of our privacy series looking at Amazon. Thanks for listening. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artificial design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from five hundred stunning templates or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include built in SEO tools, so you can easily get found online and inserts engines like Google and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to wigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your. Premium plan.

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Vlogger Kristina Kuzmic's take on Father's Day videos

Talking Tech

05:11 min | 2 years ago

Vlogger Kristina Kuzmic's take on Father's Day videos

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners everyone's Everson. Graham here. You're listening to talking tech, we've got the comedian and blogger Christine accused Mitch. She has been making a whole lot of videos about dad's over the years. Recently, her fans Esther to make something mocking dads, and she didn't wanna do it, and she's going to tell you all about it. Hi christina. Thank you for having me. Thanks for coming. Tell us about this latest request from the crowd, interesting. I feel like because he shows out there and commercials. And, you know, all kinds of social media posts, it's become acceptable to make dad back to the clueless, idiots and over the years, I've had my followers specifically request. Hey, can you make a video pointing out how incompetent of our? Or, you know, just basically videos mocking dads, and I've refused to do so, so instead of making that video I decided to make video pointing out how unfair we are dads and how if dad's talked about with men talks about, mom, the way women's like my dad, it would be considered completely unacceptable. So let's stop, you know, labeling an entire gender as inadequate or incompetent. What do you what do you see just people do with themselves for this, this weekend and YouTube, what sort of videos that dads? Do you think they should make? I mean, I just think we need to show dad, the way we try to show mom, right? Everybody's always trying to encourage mom saying you're doing great now. There's nothing with that. So we're so quick to make the joke of them, you know again being idiots. And so, I think I am I always say, I'm rooting for all parents, so let's encourage that lets you know, show them their that thing matters that their involvement in their kids lives. And even if they're doing things differently than a mom would who cares. I think he's lonely, Senator for multiple points of view. So I think that needs encouragement answer leading as moms do. We're all parents who love our children. And we're trying to do our best tell everybody, who's nuts with your work. You, you make a whole bunch of YouTube videos you started when I started making parenting videos in two thousand fifteen. My whole goal is Alexa, fee for others. What I needed when I was at my lowest. And so I try to use a lot of humor but I also share, you know, my own struggles. And I believe you've got over nine hundred million views in for years. Yes. Yes, it's crazy. I, I don't even understand it to be on since we're talking here. Tell us about your setup. What do you shoot on? So I use the actually just I was filming on a cheap camera that a Frank gave me and then somebody would decide on a cell phone. But now thankfully, I've been able to have a crew that helped me shoot. And I'm only completely honest with you. I am clueless. When it comes to sex ups on thankful for people like you and like crew who knows how to handle this stuff? I used it when I referred making videos they're written videos, I had to make redo four times because I look at the footage and it was all red for some reason or their own sound. I mean I my strengths lie elsewhere, not in the tech World War Two. Congratulations on having a crew, I'm the guy dr- dragging up a hill with a tripod and a camera. And well, actually Melville cameras usually, when, when I do my videos, but the gopro is your best friend, because you can put it anywhere in and pretty much be sure that you will be in the frame Christina. So the name your channel is Christina coup. Who's mitch? And it's the same on Facebook, which Muslim videos, live on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram accuracy, with a K K use the m I c have agreed Father's Day. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks for calling in. You can find me on Twitter at Jefferson. Graham Instagram YouTube as well at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio in AVI back at you tomorrow with another quick tip from the world attack. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea, not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. 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ICYMI: Using the iPhone as your TV remote

Talking Tech

03:43 min | 2 years ago

ICYMI: Using the iPhone as your TV remote

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners. Hey Siri changed the channel now Alexa can do just that for Amazon devices did for Google and the Google home device in conjunction with a chrome cast accessory apples assistant can search for movies. If you've got one hundred and seventy nine dollar apple TV device, but it hasn't been able to do much more good news, folks, it is joining the parade now with commands a new twenty nine TV's from Sony, LG Samsung and video, and that's just part of it. I tested this out recently on a new video TD, and the good news is that is only one of the many useful tools that make TV viewing better. Let me tell you all about it on today's talking tech podcast. I'm Jefferson Graham. Now the features. Apple are called airplane home kit and airplay mirrors what you see, on your phone or tablet to another device, while home kit lets you use phone controls to run another device. So in this case, the iphone can turn to Serey to find a show and begin playing it while the control center of your phone turns into a remote you can use the volume knobs of the phone to turn it up and down and fast forward rewind and pause from the phone. That's pretty cool. I'm sure you like me lose your remote all the time. And in today's world, there is no way to work a modern TV without a remote. The downside, of course, is that your phone, which is already battery challenged now has to find more power to keep your primetime humming. So be sure to charge your phone before the evening, viewing starts, or have a portable power adapter nearby. Video is best known for Ford -able sets, there'd be loved by motel owners. So here's a really cool scenario. You plop into your motel room crank, opened the Netflix app, beam at the TV. And now you're streaming without wires or having to change a connection on the TV, the only catch is at the motel has to have a recent vizier model. The new tools work on video sets going back to twenty sixteen as long as they were smart and all the new models. Those new busiest martinis are being released this week. Samsung put out there's in early may, but they only have airplay not home kit. The Sony, and LG sets will be out later this year with home kit. And airplay. What do you think listeners, does this, excite you love to hear from you on Twitter? Why match Everson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech we subscribe to the show where ever you listen. Online audio. I'll be back tomorrow with another quick. It from the world attack. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artificial design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include Bilton SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to wigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans, you'll get more storage Afri domain for a year, and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan.

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Those tariffs could hit the iPhone

Talking Tech

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Those tariffs could hit the iPhone

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned, after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners is Jefferson Graham. You listen to the weekend edition of talking tat, where I look at some of the big stories of the week in round them up and you know this was the week that President Donald Trump doubled down on his trade war with China announcing higher tariffs that threatened at twenty five percent or more to the cost of electronic devices, and other products produced in China, these would go into effect June. Twenty fifth in the course the big question we all want to know is what about the iphone more on that in a second. The list of some nearly four thousand products includes popular everyday items, like laptops, tablets, and TV's Chinese giant Lenovo had the number one market share, in personal computer shipments in two thousand eighteen over. Hewlett Packard Dell and apple so you can expect to pay more for computers in the US many, big box retailers offered Chinese brands like TCL, and high sense. TV's offered at substantial discounts. The Roku, branded TV featuring a built in streaming player from Roku is made by TCL expect to pay more for those now for apple again. The big question is, will America's bestselling consumer device, the iphone which is already pricey to begin with. Be hit with a twenty five percent tariff, the, the top of the line iphone, now starts at eleven hundred dollars. Some analysts think that apple will definitely get hit others notably gene, Munster and analyst in investor would loop ventures. Takes a minority opinion. He says, apple will not get hit because Apple's based in the US a lot of parts come from China, but Apple's a US based company, he doesn't think they'll get hit. We'll see DJ. I the Chinese company best known for selling drones and cameras would get the tariffs long with makes of low-cost bones, that many consumers haven't heard of like one touch, or Otto. Now, the number three cellphone manufacturer in the world after Samsung and apple is wow way they don't sell out of phones in the US and apparently, they're not gonna be growing here, either the Trump administration just put the company on its entity list, essentially banning it from doing business here. So the bottom line is look to spend a lot more money on devices whatever's going to happen. Even with the tariffs is going to affect you, because so many products are made in China. Some savvy manufacturers are just getting out of China altogether. Go pro has moved their production to Mexico and I believe ring. Video doorbells are also moving to Mexico as well. So I think you're gonna see a lot of movement there. And I also believe that the movement will cause some of those prices to go up as well, because Durham moving costs associated right? What are your thoughts about the tariffs? Let's talk about it on Twitter where I match Everson. Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscribe to show wherever you listen to online audio. I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack. Thanks a lot. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy, part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artifice design intelligence, creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates, or start from scratch just answer, a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online presence, plus all sites include built in SEO tools, so you can easily get found online, and in search engines, like Google, and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to wigs dot com and use our code talking, you'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans. You'll get more storage a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan. Dan?

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Hey Google, let's ask Alexa some questions

Talking Tech

05:37 min | 2 years ago

Hey Google, let's ask Alexa some questions

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners. Hey, folks, if you've got Alexa, and the Google assistant plugged in your might wanna turn them down for second. Because today I'm asking a hundred questions to the three main personal assistants once again to see how they fare answering questions and this year, we did it a little differently. We just took the questions that Amazon Google and apple have posted on their websites as fun things that you could do with the assistance and ask the other assistance the same questions. So in our survey. Alexa, had twenty two wrong replies. Out of one hundred to twenty five for Google and forty three for Serey. More importantly, it showed that each voice platform has a unique set of differences apples malign series best for basics, sending texts composing Email adding calendar items while Google is usually the smartest for math and trivia, best and smart home for quick setup and ease of use while Amazon has way more skills and diff. Things that you can do than the other two still the fun is listening to the bloopers. Let's start with the thing that is most amazing to me when you say, hey, Google, read, my latest g mail. It says sorry, I can't do that yet. But if I asked that same question to Alexa, read my latest g mail for Jefferson from the last twenty four hours, you have eighty seven unread emails. I could also ask that question a seri-. Hey, Siri read my latest g mail. You have only one Email last Monday tench team sent you an Email about Invidia to melon ax. No, speaking of series series, often maligned and people say is just doesn't hold a candle to the other assistance, which is true, but manage your expectations. It does several things very well like this. Hey, Siri, send a message to Ruth. What do you want to say? Hey, Google, send a message to Ruth. Sorry. I can't send messages yet. Alexa, can send messages, but only from device to device. It cannot do SMS messages. What Google can do really? Well is hey Google wins. By next flight? Your next flight south west three oh nine four from Los Angeles to San hey, Google stop. Okay. Hey siri. When is my next flight? I found something on the web out. When is my next flight, exactly. The most fun that you can do when you have to Google home speakers or to echo speakers. Is this Alexa, announced that dinner's ready? Ansi? Now. This was a surprise. You know, the Google can answer a question like this really easily. Hey, google. How do you say thank you in Mandarin in Chinese China? That's he. But when you say that same question to Alexa. Not so good, Alexa. How do you say? Thank you in Mandarin. I pronounced that. Thank you. But text to speech is always improving, and I might not have it quite right? So tip to remember. If it first you don't succeed. Keep trying often. It's the phrase the ditch in or there might be a skill in the Alexa or Google home app to enable the command like I found for renting a car hailing a cab and using open table for reservations also do note that with these questions they were created by Amazon Google and apple to tout the various attributes of their personal assistant. So it shouldn't be a surprise that Siri for instance, couldn't shop on Amazon own whole foods or track your shipping from the Taylor while Google couldn't find your iphone. Yes. Siri? The worst. But remember mostly this was at answering, Amazon and duels questions. Alexa, and the Google assistant didn't fair too. Well with all the Siri queries either. But, you know, hey, Google when you can't read back g mail and Alexis Serey can clearly there's some important catch up work that needs to be done. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA have been listening to talking tech listeners. What are your experiences with the personal assistance? I want to hear all on Twitter match Everson, Graeme, please subscribe to talking tech wherever you listen to online audio remember that I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit on the latest from tech land. Thanks, everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Have a business idea. You're ready to grow or a story. You're ready to share? But not quite sure how wicks can help with that wicks allows you to build a professional website any way you want start from scratch or choose from over five hundred sophisticated templates and customisation is a breeze. You can push the limits of web design without spending our. On coating easily. 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"everson" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

The Fandom Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"everson" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast

"Jess, we have Taylor Everson. I'm attracted to pie. It doesn't mean. I feel the need to date pie way. Do we need pi? I'm now I want some pretty clear I thought Kay, so all I can think of with pie. And Gilmore girls is the fact that Sam Winchester is in there. And he and he plays a character named dean and natural dean always wants. That's the only other right? I know it's kind of like a universe. Bending kind of thing with his brother being dean. But then he's dean and Gilmore girls. It's kind of hard to keep track. There was an episode of supernatural where they came through to an alternate reality where supernatural was a TV show, and they were going through the Warner Brothers sound stages. And they're like, this is where we filmed Gilmore girls if you guys look closely, we might see one of the stars. Yeah. Yeah. Jared paddock whose plays dean on Domo girls. And Sam supernatural is just like hiding his face. All right. All right. But before we get through the other stuff. Let's let's jump into the random fandom. On room. A wizard. This is the segment of the show where we talk about the things that you have you send us in your favorite things we turn around and we share them with everybody else. So that everybody can be exposed to some great classics and this week, we have a classic for you Klay. Glad wrote in and he told us that his random fandom was hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. And that the next book that Douglas Adams put out Dirk gently holistic detective agency. And that the detective agency has been picked up by the BBC to do TV series. So maybe maybe just maybe we're going to get a little bit of fun and the comedy that we had from Hitchhiker's guide. I've seen it. It's rubbish. Good. That's Elaine from. No, that's life. You know, this by now, I should I should my bad my bad, Nick, just talks completely in in movie quotes, I resemble that remark. Also, I'm very interested in this because I really enjoyed hitchhikers guide to the galaxy. But I didn't know about this Dirk gently holistic detective agency. So just just to give you kind of a quick synopsis. They will first off they have nothing to do with each other other than the fact that Douglas Adams wrote them both. I mean Hitchhiker's guide you got Arthur dent who is like a clueless English guy who somehow makes it off earth after it's destroyed by the vogue ins to make intergalactic bypass and then in gently I haven't seen an episode yet. But here's what Kapiti says about the book, Dirk gently solicit detective agency is a humorous detective novel by Douglas Adams, first published in nineteen eighty-seven. It is a scribe by the author on his cover as thumping good detective ghost horror who done it time travel, romantic musical comedy epic. Wow. Sounds like my kind of thing. Well. We have something that may take take your mind off it it will work. I have an exceptionally large mind. Vic is exclusively communicating and movie quotes with us tonight. This will make the evening interesting. It's kind of like in transformers when Bumblebee just finds the clips from the radio radio stations to get his points across I'm personality prototype. Can't you tell except less entertaining? Yeah. I think what I think we should challenge. You to only do Gilmore girls quotes when we get to the Gilmore discussion. I have a million ideas, and they all point to certain death. Okay. All right. Let's let's get back to gently. I don't think I don't think Nick has any quotes Dirk gently yet. No, I don't because I've never seen it. And I don't remember the book vividly. Here's an interesting thing. So the book the idea for the book came from two doctor who serials that Adams wrote so one was city of death, which aliens try to change history. The cost of a racing humanity from existence sounds like, you know, fifty percent of doctor who right, right? Well, and then there's another one called shadow, which has the first appearance of Cambridge professor called CRA notice..

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As Greece financially struggles, gov't looks to crowd-source funds

Inside Europe

04:39 min | 2 years ago

As Greece financially struggles, gov't looks to crowd-source funds

"Greece has left wing governmental, Alexis sip processes strapped for cash, and it's turning to taxpayers for donations. Yeah. Grace wants to both stir. It's ling- naval defenses against Turkey and buy new state of the art frigates. The scheme is unprecedented. And it's given rise to some wash over the base as the Sava reports. Many. Greeks are refusing to pitch in saying any nation would be a waste of money for a country in dire financial straits. It's the latest quickey plan by the country's eccentric defense minister honors come in. And it was contrived after plans failed earlier this year to Lisa pair of battleships from France facing growing arms race with Turkey Greece's desperately seeking to upgrade its forces boosting the capabilities of its existing fleet of about a, duh. Dozen outdated frigates under the crowdfunding plan, Athens hopes to purchase to mid-size worships, which the government is already negotiating with the French. In of all group. The cost is estimated at around two billion euros for the two frigates and especial fund has been set up for the donations to promote the crowd funding scheme. Mr. menaces promised to be the first pitch in handing over his January paycheck to the Greek navy, but the minister is banking on a bigger nationwide response. He wants rich shipowners and struggling Greeks alike to give whatever they can from whatever surplus. They have left from their earnings Greece's last. Major defense procurement took place in two thousand and three when the then socialist government upgraded the country's fleet with six frigates, but strangled by financial crisis of nearly a decade. Chris took a sledgehammer to the country's defence budget in twenty ten blocking purchases while. Slashing spending by some forty percent. Pots been so severe that at the height of the Greek recession. Dozens of navy ships were left without few supplies to conduct exercises and patrols in the Jin. The air force also was left barrow spare parts and engine repairs for its prized F16. jet fighters, Greece's slash defence budget of six billion remains among the highest with a NATO, but there isn't much money left to buy new and desperately needed quit -ment to upgrade. The navy's capabilities rival Turkey spends three times more and with Ankara continuously challenging Greece's writes in the Jian even threatening it with war. Mister manners hopes. The crowdfunding plan can provide a solution to Greece's defence woes Turkey has long challenged Greek ownership of at least eighteen miles in the gene. See although both members of NATO Greece and Turkey came to the brink of war in nineteen ninety six. Of a competing claims to barren outcrop in habit. Only by goats Robertson sheep in recent months Onkar, his threaten to wage war with Greece. If it presses ahead with plans to take greater control of the Jin extending its territorial waters to twelve mile range tensions between the rival states of also flared recently over drilling rights in the southeast Mediterranean off the coast of Cyprus, which Turkish troops invaded in nineteen seventy four leaving the island divided everson's whether Greece will be able to catch up Turkey's arms drive remains unclear but until then Mr. amenaces crowdfunding plan is proving a tough sow, and it's not because Greeks are resisting the national 'cause as it's being called. But they simply have no money to spare. They are saddled with the highest taxes in Europe and have been strangled with urgent payments imposed during the recession to pay down the country's massive debt. More than half, the country's taxpayers have gone broke with their homes in acids. Increasingly confiscated by the state because of rising rates of unpaid debts to the state several Greeks also seem reluctant to donate fearing, a new show of money laundering and corruption scandals that drove up the countries that decades ago leading to the existing financial crisis. Most Greeks is spoke to this week said they simply wanted the money to go to other resources to support Greeks who've lost their jobs and social services that have disappeared throughout the financial crisis with such a poor reception. The Greek government may have no other option than to look. Elsewhere for agent defense. Funds

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"everson" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"everson" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"And I had my sister at the time lift here and mccrash on her inner spare bedroom their office for about two months and paid her fifty dollars a week. And I just knew I need to be here in Austin at needed figure some things out. And that's what I decided that I wanted to be in sales in started. Connect those dots around the fact that, you know, everyone wanted me to present for reason is I tell the stories and convey message, and but I hit no sales training. I had no sales Skillet noisy. If I'd even be good at it. So I eventually landed my first sales gig after being denied, I don't know how many times and it was at a hardware company. Actually did that for about a year and a half before I decided that hard was wasn't for me. Jumping the software inside. In software Everson sensitive over twenty years. Now hardware was more of a thing in Austin in the early mid nineties with with Dell and everything else. Right. Absolutely. And then the the shift has been happening ever since SU knowing what you know now, especially going into either that I roll or early roles is there anything that you would have done differently that maybe would have put your your sales career on a different trajectory. I think if go back to you and for the now, I think what I've would have done differently. Even before going into college was choosing a different major. I chose business administration because it was pretty generic in. I didn't know what I want to do had I known I was going to be in technology sales probably would have gone after a CS degree or something like that. Because definitely had the the smarts to do it. But I just I didn't know what I would do with the degree like that literally no idea, and for whatever reason the knowing really helped me make that choice or leading there in. So I I went and took a pretty generic path with no idea where it would take me. So able one of the things that you mentioned MRs a question that I added more recently. 'cause I I recognize wait the the show is called sale success stories in. Why are we not flushing out more of.

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How to: Get used to X-style iPhones

Talking Tech

03:43 min | 2 years ago

How to: Get used to X-style iPhones

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Perhaps you've been using one of the older iphone models like six seven or eight. And you just on yourself with the shiny new iphone ten our ten s model minus the home button. But plus new security system and features what to do where to get started. You've come to the right place. Okay. So the new phones that apple introduced in two thousand seventeen with a ten and continued in two thousand eighteen with the ten s tennis mats antenna are have different look than the classic iphone with edged Ed screen and elimination of the home button for navigating. When you I turn on the new iphone apple will walk you through the lengthy setup process transferring data from the old phone wirelessly, just by putting the two phone side by side, the wifi. You'll be guided through setting up the face, I d security system, which uses your face instead of a thumbprint apple paid pair your credit card with the phone to pay for goods with the device, and you'll be urged to choose a strong passcode don't be like Tania west and not for the easy to hack zero zero zero zero zero zero we recommend a six digit word that means something to you like orange and use the digits that go with the letters say backward. Once you're set up and ready to go moving around without the home button is not hard. You just swipe to get where you want to be three moves that will take some getting used to closing windows making screen shots and powering off the phone all different from before. Here's what to do closing the windows. This takes a series of swipes to do the trick start by swiping up from the bottom of the screen poss- slightly in the middle of the screen, then swipe right or left to find the app. You wanna close then swath? I took on the apps preview to close the app screen shots press and hold the button on the right side of the phone, click, the volume up, but nonetheless side, then released the buttons powering off, hold either of the volume keys in the side button until the option to power the phone appears release it once the option appears than drag your finger across you can turn the phone back on by holding down the side button have questions about the new ten series of iphones. Look for me on Twitter. Why match Everson grandma? I'll be happy to help you out. You've been listening to talking tech. We subscribe to show on apple podcast show Institure, which helps more people find the show and as always, thanks. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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"everson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"everson" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"These interlopers won a college coach when an owner from Arkansas who didn't know his you know, what from a hole in the ground and Jimmy took over and the veteran players rebelled against him. He's in over his head. He doesn't know what he's doing. He's just a college football coach, and he's not going to last. And he went to war with Everson walls. Who I love Everson in Everson was publicly going to war with Jimmy and we get to three games in. What did Jimmy Johnson? No. Well, I ran off Everson walls. But he also traded Herschel Walker Herschel Walker was all that was left in love. He was beloved. He had a TV show every Friday night in Dallas. I was on that show. We got into it on that show. It was hot. Would you you call the good? I just said he's a little bit of a little bit of a Marashi at that point. But it got a little human hate in the way back there that That was an was age. later you've been hateful a law that high school thirty eight. So in fact, I told you the story Jimmy came to me on the way to get on the team plane to Green Bay flip there because it's the only way to get degree base to take the team play up there because it's so hard to get there. So he pulled me aside. He said, what would you say? If I traded Herschel Walker I said, well, you're asking the wrong guy because I think he's on the downside if at best and Jimmy said, I'm going to trade him. You are really you're going to say, well, you're gonna take a whole bunch of heat for that keet. And they went one in fifteen and then what happened. They got so many draft picks that they started quickly to turn it around. That's what Jon Gruden will do. He's got five draft first round picks in the next two years, and they will start quickly to turn it around with his guys, and he's got ten years to do it. And he's got an owner. That's his Jerry Jones who loves him is United with him who will stand by him, obviously, Jerry finally fire Jimmy. But in those days they were United. Question. So Jon Gruden going to get it by Emmett Smith or Darren Wilson or Russell Maryland. Make your trade Charlie Haley draft to Alvin Harper. I just want to know which one of those guys or possibly that Jon Gruden in. What if because I've seen Jimmy Johnson? I saw what he did in Miami university of Miami. So I know what he was capable. I know Jon Gruden did the first time around in Oakland as I just told you, and I know the Jon Gruden did coach team Hooker crew and won the Super Bowl. That's pretty good..

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Former Senate security director pleads leads guilty to lying to FBI

All Things Considered

03:34 min | 3 years ago

Former Senate security director pleads leads guilty to lying to FBI

"Committee aid has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. It's a felony charge. James Wolfe says he misled investigators about his contacts with reporters and pure national Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson is at the courthouse here in Washington high carry hi Mary Louise, start with reminding us who is James Wolfe. How did he get onto law enforcement's radar in the first place James wealth is fifty seven years old and he worked as the security director for the Senate intelligence committee for twenty eight of those years. He's often been in the background of those pictures, you see of well-known people who were going in to testify or provide interviews as part of the congressional investigation into Russian election interference. He's for instance, the guy behind the scenes guiding President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen in into and out of the Senate off. This building. But we'll himself came under scrutiny as part of a leak probe into who may have leaked the notion that Carter page at Trump campaign adviser may have been the subject of a secret foreign intelligence surveillance court warrant and wolf in that interview lied to the FBI in December twenty seventeen about his contacts with reporters. Now, I mentioned you're at the courthouse. You were in court this afternoon for this hearing how did it play out? Th did this plea deal comes surprise? You know, I can't really say it's a surprise everson's wolf was indicted in June. It seemed as if things were moving in the direction of a plea deal. Prosecutors had copies of his electric messages with reporters taxed encrypted messaging, apps, and that made it a hard case to defend now. Wolf was charged this year with three felony counts of lying, but in this plea deal hell, only plead guilty to one which means he likely faces zero to six months in prison and the judge Kettani Brown Jackson. Let him go home today as long as he promises to return on December. The twentieth for sentencing dude, wolf himself speak in court today. He did the judge asked him point blank did you knowingly and willfully make a false statement of the FBI about your dealings with reporters and Wolfson? Yes. He broke down a few times got emotional in choked up, especially when the judge told him there would be no trial in as a felon. He couldn't vote or serve on a jury or own a firearm his defense lawyer Preston Burton patted him on the back and handed him some tissues on occasions throughout this hearing. And the defense lawyers also pointing out wolf was not charged with and did not admit to sharing any classified information. The defense team also says they're going to emphasize his long public service when he sentenced later this year, put this into context for us because the Trump administration has made a point of saying it wants to crack down on leaks and on leakers. Does this case represent that in fact happening and are they doing more beyond this case? You know, this effort is a little ironic because this administration the Trump administration is among the leakiest in the last thirty or forty years, they have their Justice department has charge people in the FBI in other intelligence agencies with sharing secrets with reporters. And there are lots of ongoing investigations, we don't hear about much the FBI of courses quietly working many of these cases, and even when they don't charge a compromise or a leak of classified information like they did not in this James Wolfe case for people who are interrogated or investigated by the FBI. There is always a risk that they could charge you with lying to investigators. Instead, that's exactly what happened to James Wolfe here and could be happening down the line with other subjects and targets of government

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"everson" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"everson" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"It's the, it's the efficiency that that doesn't. I'm not a huge yards per carry guy. But if you're below three or above six, like there's something there. Anywhere between maybe that's negotiable. That that's a huge problem with likings. Yeah, and that that's interesting. The game script of it too because I was looking at their formation, tendencies were personnel, and I saw from eleven personnel. They're passing eighty seven percent of the time when I'm like, what is this? And then I look and I, you know, the game script, the of it all, and of course yards yards are going to be down for that as well. But then you look at the the film of them trying to run the ball and and it can definitely get ugly. And Brett Jones is a guy that you you brought up win the Vikings had to trade for a backup center on the New York Giants who have a bad center already. I was like, oh man, they are in some serious trouble along that line. So to be interesting to see how that flushes itself out over the season, how much how much it costs them. One last question for your reef before I let you go. I wish we could have touched on the receives a little Vicks. I love Adam. Theline love stuff on digs. I think they're awesome. We're gonna talk about him in the preview shows a bunch. They're excellent talents, but Everson Griffen what is going on with his situation. And is there any timetable for his return to the second one? I, there's not really a timetable for his return. I don't know if he's going to return the season or maybe next season. It's it's really up in the air the the issue. If your listeners on wears that Everson Griffen has been dealing with a lot of mental health problems and they kind of building up actually for the past couple of weeks kind of before the buffalo game is where he was inactive missing inactive in theory because the foot but missing because the mental health issues. So the kind of related not the foot, the missing for a couple of weeks. You know, their reports that he wasn't himself right. Apparently, you know, other players or staff in the Vikings had mentioned that, you know, you hadn't been himself with the past couple of weeks. There is a lot of like confusion about kind of like the the order of events kind of what the Vikings may or may not have done to try and help alleviate the situation whether or not that told him to go seek a mental health. Counseling are not. You know, some reporters have had to redact reports the Vikings required him to do that or whatever. But you know the long, the short of it is you know, he had an incident where he. At the hotel. I've e- which apparently he was staying at even though he's got a house in Minna trista which is very small municipality, you're Minnesota. He's staying at the hotel itchy and he, I don't think he threatened in the same way that a lot of the report is of, but you use paranoid. He said they weren't gonna let him back into his room because he lost his key in they weren't giving him as key or something he, he mentioned something about shooting up the place for shooting someone. It sounds like it was abstract in in the in the hotel employees didn't feel particularly threatened in. There was no gun scene or anything like that on any starts lying on the floor in the hotel lobby, he leaves in. Apparently, the reason is in a hotel in the first place is because when you when he wakes up, he's battling demons in his head according to his wife, that's phrase that she us. You know, he leaves and goes to the hotel, which is just like wild to me that this is a thing that they've kind of stabbed drives around he. He asks a stranger that he thinks he recognizes that a gas station drive around goes back. I think the hotel. L. ends up at trae Wayne's house. There is a report that he tried to break in both Wayne's and the police have denied it. The neighbor of Wayne's called it in there were like those shirtless dude in the bushes in my neighbor's house..

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"everson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"everson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Threesome. Good. Oh, got a chance to Chit chat with a guy who knows all the ins and outs. Joining us now is a man who's a trailblazer in the blogging game every single human in the NFL Rita stuffing keeps up with them a man that's connected like no other man in the NFL's history. He's a pies on from West Virginia friend of this show. Ladies and gentlemen, pro football talks Pounder pro football talks leader, a man who never sleeps a blog, don't wait Mike foolery. That was very impressive. I don't know where that's more Michael buffer, Bruce buffer, but I like I like the live fucking I've ever had. I appreciate that. Speaking of fighting the Everson Griffen story in the Minnesota world is kind of crazy right now, the local news station said he had a gun at a hotel lobby, then they retracted that story. Then a story got out that he was at a teammates house, and then that got retracted. What's going on in Minnesota, Mike. I mean, the bottom line is there's an issue with Everson Griffen that he's receiving some type of treatments for he wasn't with the team on Sunday for personal reasons. He already was not expected to play to a knee injury, and the Vikings aren't a tough spot here. They play Thursday night in LA. It'd be a shock at this point. If Everson Griffen is with them, he's one of the more underrated pass rushers in the NFL without him on the field of liking defenses at the same. And you know, I think there were many distractions for the Vikings on Sunday. I think they were still a little bit upset about the tie. It's the Packers at if thinking ahead to the short week game against the Rams, but you throw this Everson Griffen situation on top of it. He's one of the longest tenure guys with the team players are concerned about it, and I think that that made it even harder for them to focus in as they have this short week, they got they gotta find a way to focus on the Rams while they're also concerned about their Franken teammate, getting whatever help it is that he needs so he can reach join them and and get through these issues that obviously team, you're going to be very circumspect. About it, but it sounds like you've got some severe. She's now that he's going to have to work through it who knows how long it's been, say, very scary stuff there. Let's move to the Pittsburgh Steelers a team that you are not a fan of, but grew up as a fan of you have to be very third party independent in your profession nowadays. Let's talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers though. Schefter reported earlier this week. I believe that bell trade options are now on the table. Has this been something that's been in the works for a while or is it just they got a boiling point while Schefter reported two weeks before that that they weren't going to trade and says something changed in those two weeks. And I think the Steelers are just got the point where they realize the end game here is not acceptable. This lady off l. is going to stay away. So what we tend which he has every right to do under the terms of the franchise tag and then to show up and make eight fifty five or week. And, and then you know, maybe not practice not play as much maybe say, I've got a hamstring thing, try to protect himself pre agency next year. Maybe they just move on. So. If they're entertaining trade offers, the jets are interested. That's fine. It's just not an easy thing to do Pat. Here's the problem. You got to convince the Steelers that you're offering of enough. So they are ways with him and you have to convince on bell to sign a contract for one year contract with the Steelers would be traded. He can't be traded until he signed and he's made it clear. He's not gonna play.

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"everson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"everson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Threesome. Good. Oh, got a chance to Chit chat with a guy who knows all the ins and outs. Joining us now is a man who's a trailblazer in the blogging game every single human in the NFL Rita stuffing keeps up with them a man that's connected like no other man in the NFL's history. He's a pies on from West Virginia friend of this show. Ladies and gentlemen, pro football talks Pounder pro football talks leader, a man who never sleeps a blog, don't wait Mike foolery. That was very impressive. I don't know where that's more Michael buffer, Bruce buffer, but I like I like the live fucking I've ever had. I appreciate that. Speaking of fighting the Everson Griffen story in the Minnesota world is kind of crazy right now, the local news station said he had a gun at a hotel lobby, then they retracted that story. Then a story got out that he was at a teammates house, and then that got retracted. What's going on in Minnesota, Mike. I mean, the bottom line is there's an issue with Everson Griffen that he's receiving some type of treatments for he wasn't with the team on Sunday for personal reasons. He already was not expected to play to a knee injury, and the Vikings aren't a tough spot here. They play Thursday night in LA. It'd be a shock at this point. If Everson Griffen is with them, he's one of the more underrated pass rushers in the NFL without him on the field of liking defenses at the same. And you know, I think there were many distractions for the Vikings on Sunday. I think they were still a little bit upset about the tie. It's the Packers at if thinking ahead to the short week game against the Rams, but you throw this Everson Griffen situation on top of it. He's one of the longest tenure guys with the team players are concerned about it, and I think that that made it even harder for them to focus in as they have this short week, they got they gotta find a way to focus on the Rams while they're also concerned about their Franken teammate, getting whatever help it is that he needs so he can reach join them and and get through these issues that obviously team, you're going to be very circumspect. About it, but it sounds like you've got some severe. She's now that he's going to have to work through it who knows how long it's been, say, very scary stuff there. Let's move to the Pittsburgh Steelers a team that you are not a fan of, but grew up as a fan of you have to be very third party independent in your profession nowadays. Let's talk about the Pittsburgh Steelers though. Schefter reported earlier this week. I believe that bell trade options are now on the table. Has this been something that's been in the works for a while or is it just they got a boiling point while Schefter reported two weeks before that that they weren't going to trade and says something changed in those two weeks. And I think the Steelers are just got the point where they realize the end game here is not acceptable. This lady off l. is going to stay away. So what we tend which he has every right to do under the terms of the franchise tag and then to show up and make eight fifty five or week. And, and then you know, maybe not practice not play as much maybe say, I've got a hamstring thing, try to protect himself pre agency next year. Maybe they just move on. So. If they're entertaining trade offers, the jets are interested. That's fine. It's just not an easy thing to do Pat. Here's the problem. You got to convince the Steelers that you're offering of enough. So they are ways with him and you have to convince on bell to sign a contract for one year contract with the Steelers would be traded. He can't be traded until he signed and he's made it clear. He's not gonna play.

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"everson" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"everson" Discussed on No Huddle

"Get lathered up and get that first contact and that I hit so he can catch a bunch of all of them and fifty five yards rushing. So they're receiving. So that's all going to add up to the first season manly sidelight atlas Vikings radio network is our guest on the NFL on tune in for the first time as a starter, Jimmy Garoppolo has lost a game and he was mortal today three interceptions including a pick six. How much credit does the Viking defense deserve. Well, I think they were they. They really were the stars of the game, and it wasn't even the guys like Mike Hughes, picking those balls offer Harrison Smith with an unbelievable stat line type of game. But it was the guys that front demille hunter, Everson Griffen Limbaugh Joseph. And then the new edition shoulder Richardson, I thought had the best game of all all those other guys had some, some Saks and stuff like that. But you know, Sheldon really caused a lot of pressure. He penetrated a lot, you know, they really got to the feet in the face of drop below. Whenever he was asked to stay in the pocket in the Mike us, you know, pick six that was because of the blitz package and Eric Hendricks kind of forced to issue enforce the Aaron throw. So you know, we always talk about it's rushing coverage and it got exemplified today by the man. We know Minnesota is the reigning division champs. We're getting set for Sunday night football, Chicago, and Green Bay or new the rivalry. What's your view of the division with a healthy Aaron Rodgers to start the season. What's going to be one of the strongest and football, you know, Aaron Rodgers, no matter what no matter if he's got, you know, the full complement of of a running back behind him. You know, who's gonna step up as devante going to be truly the number one guy was Jordan. VN John no matter what happens around him. He makes everybody better and and you always have a fighting chance when you've got a guy like Aaron Rogers. So I know they're pretty excited about that defense as well. We'll see how that plays out tonight as the season goes along. I think the lions who finished second in the division last year, you know, should be a little bit better. I think you, I think everybody's sort of seize the mentality in the culture change. It's happening there obviously with Matt Patricia, coming from a winning program, and then you've got the bears who who makes they made a huge move to bolster the defense and they they, it looks like on paper against say, hey, we're gonna play. You efficient offense. We're not going to press anything like totally down the field and Blair selves advantage relations. We're going to run the ball Jordan. Howard like outstanding defensive. We're gonna get after the passer if that all comes to fruition, I'll tell you what. It's it's going to be the best division in football. Men I know is a long broadcast day for you, and I caught you calling college football game yesterday. So we appreciate you taking the time to join us on the NFL on tune it. All right. No problem. Anytime, guys, thanks. We roll on NFL first and goal. The podcast detailing the Tom Coughlin ball with the Jaguars facing the giants. Let's welcome in JP Shad, Rick from the Jaguars radio network. Let's recap. Jacksonville's win over the New York Giants. Pleased to be joined by a good friend of the NFL on tune in its JP. Shad Rick from the Jaguars radio network..

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Tyson Fury defeats Francesco Pianeta, sets up heavyweight showdown against Deontay Wilder

Midday on WNYC

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Tyson Fury defeats Francesco Pianeta, sets up heavyweight showdown against Deontay Wilder

"To boxing where the former heavyweight world champion Tyson fury and the WBZ champion Deontay wilder have confirmed, they will fight in, the USA later this, year the pair squared up in the ring after. Fury's points went out of Francesco Pieta Got Putin rounds onto me just what, I need it I was very happy. With the performance with box will go palm Chicago. Cubs off back down on my weight and the muddy we're gonna. Have a great training come gonna go. To America show one, thing I do know, is I've been to America before. Unconquered I've HD coming home in. New York I'm Frank Sinatra said. If he can make you can make anywhere some show Las Vegas will be a dog it don't worry

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Philadelphia Eagles, Vikings and Kirk Cousins discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:38 min | 3 years ago

Philadelphia Eagles, Vikings and Kirk Cousins discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Kirk cousins made his Vikings debut on Saturday and Denver, and look, radio only played one series, but when a perfect four, four, including touchdown, pass to step on days. Last week we should report put the Vikings number one in their preseason power rankings, and we are now joined by vox NFL analyst and former Viking, Greg, jenning. Thank you for joining us on this Monday. This is an easy question for me, but I like your opinion, is Minnesota the best team in the NFL? No, they are not. No, they're not. Philadelphia Eagles are the best team in National Football League. There are most recent Super Bowl champion. They have not done anything that leads me to believe they did not get better. They did not improve going back to the Vikings. However, if if I were to rank them, I would rank them one to somewhere around there. The NFC is so cluttered at the top right now. There's there's so many great teams that have great potential vite the Vikings being one of them. Obviously, we saw where they ended up last year. But here's why I say that they're not when you take a quarterback in case keenum who let's say he was a b to a b, plus quarterbacks his with his performance with this performance. Then you, you take him, you remove him and you insert Kirk cousins. You don't gain that much. You get better in my opinion, but you don't gain enough to where I can just automatically say you're the best team. Now, when I look at the way they lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in that NFC championship game, if they have Kirk cousins, do they win? I don't think so. So I don't give them the throne just yet. They have to prove it in their schedule will let us know real soon whether or not they can handle being one of the bullies in the NFL right now they have a, they have great depth. I love their coach. Probably one of my favorite coaches in the NFL right now and Mike Zimmer. I think his mentality, his approach his his way that he has shifted the kosher there. It's permeated through every single player. Only the players, but the people within the organization, just his approach to the game in his approach to winning. And I don't think that you can just dethrone the Philadelphia Eagles with the moves that they made in acquiring Mike Wallace lowly, NADA, Michael Bennett. All these other guys, acquisitions, let alone they get Carson wins back at some point this season. And that last point. This is why say yes, gift, because I don't know the health status of Carson Wentz currently, and you look at what Minnesota's done with this. You look at their delight limb Bill Joe's Everson Griffen Harrison Smith Kendrick bar. They're loaded defensively offensively. Now they had they were, I think, pro football focus. Bleacher reports. They had the number one receiving core with the day. Rudolph bring down and cook back down and cope with having an unbelievable year before he went down. Now the the thing that separates them that a no break. Owner, if Phillies line is good, as we got next Dallas, they might have the second best offense of land. I believe Kirk cousins is substantial upgrade over case keenum substantial.

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MoviePass' owner is trading at an all-time low, days after a drastic 1-for-250 reverse stock split

Inc. Uncensored

04:19 min | 3 years ago

MoviePass' owner is trading at an all-time low, days after a drastic 1-for-250 reverse stock split

"A quick hit on something. We saw this week that we liked. I don't want to give too much away, but they will involve genetic data in an ostrich coat. Okay. This week we saw the demise of movie, pass a much loved if perhaps overly ambitious service that allowed people to see a lot of movies for not a lot of money and Jemima even tracking the kind of rise and fall. This company. What happened? Exactly. Indeed on. It's been a very sad tale. Actually, a lot of people have been morning, the kind of death of movie pass positioning as sort of robinhood allowing us to financing on movie habit needs. How much was it was nine ninety five a month? Yes. So in August of last year they made the watershed price cut from fifty dollars to nine, nine thousand five, which within one year got one point, five million. Subscribes to the platform. Everyone couldn't believe that a lot. And for good reason, really, I've been always a little bit skeptical as a subscriber myself. I think a lot of people have been skeptical plus they had some difficulty rolling it out. People didn't get their cards. It's been around since twenty eleven naturally. It's the product of co, founder of net flicks Mitch Lowe. And so in two thousand seventeen, once they made that move, everyone flocked to the platform. And unfortunately, it just was never economically sustainable that paying out of pocket to finance us going to the movies, weird their revenues, good. Any other revenues aside from the membership fee? Not that I know. So they cut the prices. Everyone flocked to the platform and they have just been burning through money everson's and in may they filed those regulatory filing that talked about how the parent company had, essentially, no money left. It costs twenty one point, seven million dollars to operate that platform. And we saw the end nearing on Thursday. When movie goes, were attending the theater and movie pass, wasn't able to afford that tickets anymore. And my question was, if movie pass, isn't able to do it. Why are we seeing so many copycat class pass bullpen coming out of the woodwork now and how those startups doing what movie past couldn't do in? What's the answer to that? Well, the answer is that they're not doing it right. Nobody is able to operate an unlimited platform in the way that movie passes been doing. They all. Kind of lock into the the phenomenon of the unlimited past promise. All you can eat model. Yeah, the invest is love and they mock it that platforms that way. But none of them actually have that breakdown and the parent company is publicly traded. Yes, halio Matheson. Yeah, that publicly traded and they just just before they close the announced a two hundred fifty. Two one reverse stock split. So that is to say, if the if the if the shares were trading at a dollar, a share of the next two hundred fifty dollars a share, which I've been following markets professionally for several decades and I can't ever remember seeing a two hundred fifty. Two one reverse stock. Split it whiffs a bit of desperation. The stock split self as an uncommon as youths said, but that that level is definitely our cry for help. They have no money. They took out a loan to finance that that business last week and they've just been flailing ever since. And Mitch Lowe sent an Email to the subscribers few days ago actually saying that they're going to have to raise their prices. So what what did we learn? Are there other ways? Do you think that the all you can eat model could be adapted to make it more competitive. Not not all you can eat. It just doesn't work the the startups. I spoke to the ones that are actually sustainable was called kid pass. It was founded in twenty thirteen and they go off a credit based system what you pay fifty dollars for ten credits and you can get unlimited kids activities. Another, I spoke to juke Louis, which is another New York based dot up. They they started as a twenty five dollars unlimited concert. So very similar, a similar model to movie pass and they very quickly adopted into a tiered pricing system..

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"everson" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"everson" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Think it was calling him to make sure that the he was ready need to get on the plane and all this and he can't do it so i have to go and make an announcement to all these people and their little kids at batman costumes sure shut up a little kids fouryearold whose parents are bringing them to see to me pat man and i got to stand up all these people and say he's not coming and it was it was not pretty among other things it damaged my reputation some because there were those who thought that i never had him to begin with because i had no proof that that he'd reduce i had no proof whatsoever other than the fact that i said that he's going to be there and i'm on television saying he's going to be there to reduce paper articles that he's going to be there so but i have no proof been everson he's going to be there so there's some who thought that it was a pt barnum scam that something that i said in order to get people to come out it out to buy tickets in so i ended up having to give refunds in we lost money and it was baresi saying epidemic the worst part of it even more so than there was was the disappointment on the faces of the people i don't like this apply you know shell what i learned from that is is very simple in that is that i i've learned his throughout the course of my career as an entrepreneur my career as an entertainer in that is that when you're dealing with business treated like business it's not hey will you do me a favor because people will can say yes and not do a favour what i learned subsequently when i did things like that later or shows i produce now is even if you all come in and do that for you and i want charge you anything i'll kill it sign a little something any way so we know the war on the same page in all this even give you a per diem or or a stipend if if you're willing to come and do it as a paper but let's let's signed something just you know so that we're all set we know what's what fire nation when you are dealing in business.

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"everson" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"everson" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Griffin fun talking to you i'm really glad you uh have a good healthy baby in you've got three of them and uh you know it's been really really fun to watch you you have such you play the game with such joy and i think a lot of times you know you think of football is guys who you know it's a job and you don't necessarily see the joy all the time but i see it in you and it's always fund to uh to watch you play and i wish you the best the rest of the way angrier thanks to my guess everson griffin of the minnesota vikings dean woetzel of yahoo sports and former tampa bay bucks general manager park dominant you enjoy this conversation be sure to listen and subscribe to other great episodes in the m qb series such as my conversations with adam schefter roger goodell and john elway you can find these on the mqm dot com on apple podcast google play or any anywhere you get your podcasts and don't forget to lever review while you're there you can also hear the mqm podcast with peter king on siriusxm radio every saturday morning at seven eastern on mad dog sports radio siriusxm channel lady to thanks to the fine folks at cadence thirteen for their production work and thanks of course to my sponsors harry's and state farm please support them the way they support this podcast and i'll see you next week.

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"everson" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"everson" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"You're listening to the eminem be podcast state farm knows that for football fans your car and homer more than just stuff there's some of your most valuable possessions they are things you've worked hard foreign have made a lifetime of memories with whether it's the truck that gets eat every tailgate or the place where you watch your favorite team with your favorite people but life can be a tough opponent that's why when it comes to finding the right home and auto insurance you need a strong defence a season pro like state farm they understand it's more than just a car or a house so why not give it the protection it deserves it's just one more way state farm here to help life go right see how they can help you by talking to his state farm agent today and now my conversation with the vikings defensive end everson griffin back on the mqm be podcast with peter king joined by pro bowl defensive end everson griffin of the minnesota vikings and for those who watched football on thanksgiving the most intriguing scene of the entire day the tripleheader football was what everson griffin did during the football game case so as many of you know everson griffin is good and he had a couple of sacks of matthew stafford which is not so rare because he's a sack machine but anyway after his first sack of matthew stafford in the game everson griffin knowing that the cameras would be on him lifted up his football jersey to reveal a white teeshirt with the following words written on them i judge.

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"everson" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"everson" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

"Right now though jerry golf east sucks we don't want 'em nah no no garza and wentz uh not are kinda guy deshaun watson no no no no no no no no no we don't want him meet lord have mercy who's make decisions in cleveland but didn't back on point case keno has exceeded expectations i think he's better than than sam bradford mr hyper allied or hyper alert eyes himself uh he's played really well and this is a team there running the ball better and i know they lost their you know they're rookie first rounder who looked like he was going to be great but mckinnon played well um no cases played well they're receivers in in the lenin and stefan digs in cow rudolph tied in split were played really good football everson griffin is is a freak show man dude off the ball he's got a racket rocket strapped is back as well as image images getting off the ball is a better team than than people thought going into this football season um and with the injury too two aaron rodgers i think this is a deemed it's going to contend even with case keno him for that nfc north division crown everson griffin by the way to saxon of force fumble last week has a sack in all seven games this season yeah the guy's a great player they've got a good they've got a lot of really good players harrison smith uh you know sin daeho they've got uh kendrick's they've got bar there are really good football team really good football team are like minnesota vikings obviously high moving on oakland acts.

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"everson" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"everson" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Uh on your bucket list oh after you've got to do stanley done what lu found that half what made me film up well i mean when i was a kid um i think my father was he loved movies like story of gi joe and he liked uh she wore yellow ribbon and tv was different you have to wait for tomorrow and yet but he had had a lot of of film books and in fact maybe now this guy when a my one of the early film books that i had was called the bad guys by william cairo liam k evers adds his mentor bell hours on mentor overnight every my heroes well william k everson and that book the bad guys uh went with me everywhere and i mean everywhere and uh and i went through a couple of copies and then the good thing about modern technologies that you can get your books back i have i have that book again yeah right i also have another crazy old marx brothers book of the march but the scrapbook which again how when i was good but but wynn care everson was my cinema god and uh i learned everything through his books and then when i went to the high school performing arts there was a girl there whose name was banbi everson and her father was win k ever have and i went over it and the reason why i asked you and this is actually a fortunate can meta segue about what w what life was like in chateau molten.

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